Editing and converting .wav files

Having sorted out the hardware for recording sermons: a lapel radio microphone connected to a Tascam DP 01 I needed to find a suitable method of converting the .wav files to an mp3 file compact enough to listen over the internet.

There is a lot of rubbish out there in the .wav editing department, but I came across WavePad, which is free for the basic version. It is excellent! It does the editing with no fuss and allows saving to mp3 with a choice of rates. Perfect.


My name is Peter Holloway and having lived in Southport, England for 20 years, followed by a couple of years back in Northern Ireland I'm now working as an IT Manager in West Sussex. I was born in Northern Ireland and raised in the suburbs of Belfast just off the Saintfield Road, attended Cairnshill Primary School and Annadale Grammar School. I studied for a London University BD at Belfast Bible College.